October 23, 2017

The wonderful world outside of Wellesley

June 22, 2016

Natasha Ladhani ’16, Editor-in-Chief My first day in the Wellesley public school system, someone ran up to me in the basement floor of the middle school and exclaimed,

AP classes: Worth it or not?

June 20, 2016

By Christine Arumainayagam ’16, Staff writer These days, it isn’t unusual to find high school students falling apart from stress, complaining that they went to bed at 3

REVIEW: Mad Max: Fury Road connects to world issues

May 24, 2016

By Jacob Nangle ‘18, Staff Writer                                                             In an age of reboots, sequels, and spin-offs, one had to guess that Mad Max, George Miller’s Australian, dystopian-action franchise, would be

REVIEW: All the Light We Cannot See: The blind girl and the German soldier

May 18, 2016

By Carolyn Hale ‘18, Arts Editor                                                             A French girl taps the sidewalk in Paris with her cane as hundreds of miles away, a young German boy sits in

REVIEW: Concussion reveals the truth about America’s game

May 17, 2016

By Shannon Chaffers ’18, Opinions Editor                                                             In an abandoned lot sits an abandoned truck, in which Pittsburgh Steelers legend Mike Webster, betrayed by the game he loved, finally

Spontaneity Says: Why media matters

January 26, 2016

In the days before GPS and Map Quest or even the internet, driving directions were most often given over the phone—the land line variety. I had just landed

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